Do you want to map a network drive in Windows 10? You may be working in an environment where you have to share the files with your colleagues. So, in such circumstances, you may connect hard storage or drive to your internet connection and this is called Network Drive.
Now mapping a network drive to your Windows 10 system would let you feel that the drive is physically connected to your system. Isn’t it easy? This network drive will be available to all the systems present in the network when mapped.
In this section, we will discuss the method to connect to a network drive in Windows 10 system.
Steps to Map a Network Drive in Windows 10:
Step 1: In the Windows search box type ‘This PC’ or ‘My Computer’ and from the search result click on ‘This PC’ app to open the app.
Step 2: A new ‘This PC’ window will pop up and here you have to go to the Computer tab. Under the Computer tab in the Network group, you have to click on Map network drive drop-down button.
From the displayed options click on the Map network drive.
Step 3: A new ‘Map Network Drive’ window will pop up. Now, here you have to select the drive letter for the network, don’t choose the already acquired letters. Make it sure that the selected drive letter does not interfere with any of your removable storages.
Step 4: Next, you have to enter the path of the network folder that you want to connect with. You can also browse the folder.
For connecting the same drive and same folder each time, you sign in, you have to check the checkbox ‘Reconnect at sign-in’.
At last click on the Finish button and done, you have successfully mapped a network drive in Windows 10. This will let you connect the same network drive each time you log in.
So, this is the method to map or connect your system to the hard storage connected the network you are connected with. Hope the content is useful. Keep reading.